The new Karnataka law aims to strengthen the Karnataka Police Act to make gambling a cognisable and non-bailable offence and “curb menace of gaming through the Internet, mobile apps”. The Karnataka legislature has passed a Bill to amend the Karnataka Police Act, 1963 in order to ban all forms of gambling in the state, including online gambling.
In a statement released to the press, Dream11 said, “The Karnataka Police Act recently amended its gaming law to prohibit online gambling, betting and wagering. We have been advised by the Federation of Indian Fantasy Sports (FIFS), who have shared an opinion from a former Supreme Court Judge, stating that the Karnataka Police (Amendment) Act 2021 does not apply to its member Fantasy Sports Operators.
The Dream11 app was still allowing users in Karnataka, home to India`s Silicon Valley, to play fantasy games on Saturday. The Karnataka ban has intensified concerns that growing state regulations...
DREAM11 Ban in KarnatakaM11: After Karnataka’s new Police Act 2021 Says All the online betting apps, money wagering, and game of chance apps should be banned in the Karnataka state. DREAM11 Ban in Karnataka. Dream11 still operates of this new rule, but An fantasy app MPL was already stopped access to play games in the Karnataka states.
Dream11 Ban In Karnataka: Online gaming banned in Karnataka, so FIR registered on Dream11. According to media reports, police records on Saturday showed that in Bengaluru, Karnataka, a case has been registered against the founders of Dream11 following a complaint by a 42-year-old cab driver who tried to force the gaming app after the ban came into force. was informed of.
It came after Bangalore Police filed an FIR against the Dream11 Founders, Harsh Jain and Bhavit Sheth. The complaint was based on Dream11, having Falcon Edge and Tiger Global as their prime investors, allegedly violated the Gaming ban by Karnataka which started on Oct 5th.
Dream11, one of India's most popular gaming apps backed by Tiger Global, ceased operations in Karnataka, after a police case was filed against it for operating in violation of the state's gambling...
Dream11 cofounder Harsh Jain. The Karnataka gaming ban has intensified concerns that growing state regulations could hit the nascent but booming gaming sector in India, Bengaluru Police are preparing to summon Harsh Jain and Bhavit Sheth, co-founders of the fantasy sports platform Dream11 in connection with an FIR they have registered on charges of violating the new law banning wagering and betting in online games.